Breach of Lease Eviction

The Texas Association of Realtors Lease Agreement is the gold standard for leases in Texas and is sixteen pages long. Tenants and landlords are each required to initial each page and then sign the last. It is a binding agreement […]

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Bush Senior Gets a Service Animal

Service animals have now made a presidential appearance! Read the full story here.     If Bush was applying to lease a home managed by Evan Howell Properties we would ask: What is the specific assistive task the service animals […]

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Property Tax Protest

Every Spring the Harris County District Appraisal District sends a notice to property owners advising the new assessed property value of homes. What we have learned: Property Tax Value typically increases every year incrementally. It is important to protest every […]

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Communication is the key to every successful relationship and business transaction. In order for communication to be a success there are four vital components: Sender/Message and Receiver/Feedback. Any time we have contact with a new customer, or vendor one of […]

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How to Prepare your Home for Lease

Single-family houses are a significant presence on the rental market. Here are some tips to make your home stand out above the competition.There are three guidelines to follow when your prepare your house for the lease: inspect, repair and clean it. […]

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Hurricane Harvey &The Importance of Reliable Vendors

It has been a while since a blog post, and like the rest of the city of Houston I’m going to blame Hurricane Harvey. According to the Texas Association of Realtors Hurricane Harvey had $160 Billion dollars of infrastructure damage. […]

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